3/26/2020 12:21 PM
If you're following the CDC's recommendations, which we fully endorse, there's a good chance you're reading this from the comfort of your home. While it is wise to practice social distancing, isolation, and (in some cases) quarantine to protect yourself and others from getting sick, did you know that the air quality in your home may already be affecting your immune system?
3/3/2020 8:00 AM
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has mandated the complete phase-out of Class II Ozone-Depleting Substances, including R-22 refrigerant commonly found in most residential HVAC systems. The EPA has halted all production and importation of R-22 on January 1, 2020. Since the initial phase-out, most HVAC companies have seen a significant price increase on their supplies of R-22 by as much as 500%. What does this mean for home and business owners?Read More
1/28/2020 2:43 PM
As we move into 2020, smart homes and smart home devices are becoming quite popular among homeowners. These devices are a great benefit to your home! Smart home devices can help save homeowners money in a great variety of ways, but nothing quite as much as your home’s heating and cooling.
8/30/2019 8:41 AM
Have we all mentally recovered from July's electric utility bill yet? ServiceOne helped a Papillion, NE homeowner, reduce his June and July energy costs by an average of 22% with what he said was "...comfort we have never experienced before".
7/31/2019 10:57 AM
Whether it is during winter months when the air is very cold and dry, or during the summer when allergies are terrible, a general humidifier for your home comes in handy. On top of adding moisture to the air and making allergies a little bit more bearable, humidifiers do a number of other things that can benefit you, your family, and your home.
7/24/2019 9:50 AM
As we get farther into the dog days of summer, the temperatures outside are heating up all over the country. In Omaha, most air conditioners are sized for a designed temperature of 92-degrees. AC service Omaha HVAC contractors size your home based on the temperature outside 99% of the year, and oversizing will lead to a much higher energy bill than you need or want!